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Icelandic Food & Drinks
Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur - 'The Best Hot Dog in Town'
Bæjarins beztu pylsur translates to 'the best hot dog in town'. And I must say, they are correct. There's no false advertising here. In 2006 it was select...
Restaurant Spotlight - Tommi's Burger Joint
Last night after a heavy shopping experience at Costco and IKEA, me and my family were trying to decide on what to eat. Now, for some people this can be a quick...
Best Location To See The Northern Lights In Reykjavik
A quick guide to the best location to see the Northern Lights in Reykjavik, Iceland. Containing tips on a hidden gem.
The Hardest Karaoke Song in the World
When I was at University, Friday was my favourite day of the week. Not just because it meant the start of the weekend, but also because Friday was Karaoke night...
A Quick And Easy Guide To Icelandic
A quick guide on basic Icelandic, including pronunciations and spelling.
Landmannalaugar - A brief guide
A guide to Landmannalaugar, including information on day tours, access to Landmannalaugar and if a 4x4 is required.
What to see in the North of Iceland...
“Watch the wheels roll to find another place home, while you were sleeping, you bet that i might walk this empty northern hemisphere wide…”...
Westman Islands Guide
You came to Iceland to experience the beauty of a tiny island in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean. But what if the ‘Big Island’ is ...
A Quick Guide to the Icelandic Highlands
The window for reaching them is just a few summer weeks. The road requires nerve and previous experience with 4x4 driving, with possible river crossings. The sc...
Sketch: Good weather in Iceland
Björn Bragi, a comedian in Iceland, made a sketch which very much encapsulates how the can be like in Iceland, although not to be taken too serious...
Video: Iceland for First Timers
Sorelle Amore lived in Iceland for 14 months and has some great tips on traveling in Iceland and how to spend your wisely
Reykjavík City Goes Dark for the Northern Lights
Sunday the 5th of February 2017 at 21:00 - 22:00 (9pm - 10pm) Reykjavík City will turn off the lights in central Reykjavík to celebrate the Winter Lights Festival.